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Breaking: Restrictions Lifted

Parking and Trailhead Access to Resume

In a special meeting held late this afternoon, Council voted to lift parking and trail access restrictions that have been in place since August 25. Interest throughout the Village has been high since the restrictions were implemented, and that was reflected in the attendance at the meeting, with two residents in the gallery and 20 participants online, plus Councillors Jaime Cunliffe and Marcus Reuter, who both attended via Zoom.


Mayor Ken Berry, Councillors Neville Abbott and Michael Broughton, and Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Ross Blackwell attended in person. The meeting lasted less than an hour, and though discussion covered familiar ground, the vote to cancel all restrictions passed in the end.


The resolution's wording indicated that restrictions would be lifted immediately, but Public Works Manager Karl Buhr is on record as saying the Works Department could require up to two full days to replace missing signage. Details as to how this process will unfold were not announced.


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